Art in Russia
The Kremlin Museums and the British Council were inspired by the successful ARTiculation Prize, which began in the UK, to host the prize for the recent Henry Moore exhibition. This film explains why inspiring young people, like winner Andrey Kuznetsov, to talk about and appreciate art is so important.
Part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Unlimited was the UK's largest programme of major commissions celebrating arts, culture and sport by deaf and disabled artists aiming to create new and ambitious work with the power to open doors and change minds. This film looks at the programme and its legacy.
Entrepreneurs in Egypt
This film look at how renowned Egyptian jewellery designer Azza Fahmy, who studied in the UK thanks to the British Council, is inspiring the next generation of Egypt's creative entrepreneurs and supporting their work as part of a collaboration with the European Union.
UK music in China
Imogen Heap speaks about her six-week residency in Hangzhou, China, in 2012, where she wrote and recorded 'Xizi She Knows' and produced the music video to the song. Imogen was one of four UK musicians to take part in the China residencies, alongside Jamie Woon, Gareth Bonello and Matthew Bourne.
Claire de Braekeleer, Head of Arts, British Council Russia blogs about the first performance in Russia by the Royal Shakespeare Company for 45 years showing the strong cultural relations between the UK and Russia.
Ana Tan | 28 November 2012
Isabel Roffe-Silvester | 27 November 2012